Blinge Flinschers

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Having recently returned from a family wedding, I was struck by how often blinge flinschers appeared in early photographic compositions of married couples. Perhaps it was a cultural affliction/bias or just an aspect of early photographic processes. Could it just be a consequence of the ageing media or the ageing viewer’s response to changes in the media environment ?

 

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